Rupert Murdoch is far from blameless—but he’s merely a symptom of the real disease: so much power in a single media corporation.
Thanks to the Guardian’s intrepid reporting, Britain has been released from the malign influence of the Murdoch empire.
Instead of standing up to those in power, News Corp. has fostered cozy relationship with governments on both sides of the Atlantic.
From Dominique Strauss-Kahn to Casey Anthony to Rupert Murdoch, the media are debasing the public conversation—and therefore our democratic process.
As stunning revelations break daily in the hacking scandal, Rupert and James Murdoch withdraw News Corporation’s bid for BSkyB. But the inquiry into Murdoch’s para-corporation shouldn’t end here.
Highlights from over three decades of Nation coverage of Murdoch and his global empire.
On HBO's Real Time with Bill Maher, Chris Hayes responds to Ann Coulter's foreign policy misconceptions.
The Nation's John Nichols joins The Last Word to explain the history of Murdoch's extreme influence over British politics and also how this translates to who is—and who isn't—elected in Washington.
Nation contributor Illyse Hogue joins Chris Hayes on MSNBC's The Last Word to discuss whether or not this British scandal could topple Murdoch's infamous empire in the United States.